Brendon Hartley

Scuderia Toro Rosso

A two-time WEC championship-winner as well as a one-time Le Mans winner in 2017, Brendon Hartley made his debut in F1 in the late stages of 2017, eight years after being Red Bull’s reserve driver before being axed by the team. Although he didn’t score a single point in the 2017-season, he was signed for 2018 by Toro Rosso, lining up besides the much younger Pierre Gasly. Hartley was nearly 27 years old when he made his debut in Austin in 2017, which is old for a debutant, especially at a development team.

TeamScuderia Toro Rosso
NationalityNew Zealand

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